Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Porous crystal make it possible to pull water from desert air, and other nanoscience advances
How Katia Bertoldi investigates unstable structures
Quantum networks based on what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance” may one day protect the internet from hackers.
Imagine artificial intelligence helping scientists analyze data, soft robot battery "blood," and an unhackable quantum internet.
A new generation of microscale robots promises to wed semiconductors, solar cells, and sensors with complex 3D origami shapes and functions.
How neutron scattering helped identify the secret to a metal-organic framework's ability to efficiently convert chemicals.
Nanomaterials scientists use inexpensive lab equipment to efficiently infuse large macromolecules into cells.
Computer design meets potions class: A little of vial 1 and a little of vial 2 yield six-bit computations encoded in DNA.
Method developed to better analyze the metabolic activity of cancer cells.
Scientists develop a robust experiment that shows human brain waves respond to changes in Earth-strength magnetic fields.